Mason City Globe Gazette, September 16, 1929, Page 10

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 16, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TEN MASON CITY MEXICAN PEONS WAGE TO SMALL Governmental Investigation je Wage of CHARLES Cin MEWS ojoiyyj Sept ie jFh the industriaf survey of Industry Commerce showed that 1 the daily averageof peons in more of the country ranged fromJ12 to25 centsip Amtjr Furthermore the report showed about 35 of the labor ing required to toil be yond the legal limit of working hours daily and that it was those who Jongest that received the least The Investigators report stated flatly that the small pay given to workers was insufficient for bare living under present conditions in Mexico even tho food which the peons eat is usually cheap Labor conditions were found to be worst in the mount ctinougmin ing1 regions and in some Isolated agriculturalsections In the some what more advanced industrial seq tions it was revealed that workers received slightly inore pay barely enough for existenee tho NEVER IN 20 YEARS HAVE I FELT SO WELL Mason City Man Praises Kon jola For Speedy Relief of Stubborn Ailments To for health is the first duty of those who do not have it and to find new health has heen the happy privilege of large numbers of Mason City men and women who nowenthusiastically praise the new different medicine Konjola BECOMES BUSY Many Bound to Grand Jury on Witfict Court 11 f Sept The first CASB come before Judge J J hoon whenTChdy Schufelt will have a hearing On Saturday the judge partly sustained the petition of the doctors of the city in a case brot to compel the city council to r appoint a hospital thistee to fill tne vacancy of R J Smith resigned The case will be tried this week In the farm partnership case of Millan Steve vs Joe Steve the court ordered defendant to pay the costs and debts of the partnership and to assuiqe charge of Jhe prpp vr j 1 i Justice John McGeeaey bound over two men to the grand jury Saturday afternoon George Smiee of Cedar iivhbnwas arrested CHARLES CITY Sept Dan Shannon chief of police made a raid on the home of Fred Snyder on avenue Sv4pday afternoon antj M J AERVAY Photo by Russell Studio A yet not unusual experience of this kind recently was related by Mr J A Bryay Fourteenth street N i city Happy ip his newlyfound health Mr Ervay called oa the Konjqla Man a few days ago to ejcpress hip gratitude for the results this jnedi is at the Huxtattle dryg store JllQ cine gave him The KonjolaMan South Federal avenue Mason City el the service ofall who wishto Investigate this medicine to be come acquainted with Its record of amazing results m the relief of stomach liver kidney and bowel disorders rheumtaism neuritis and nervousness and as a super tonic In huildingup new strength and vitality Kon jolacourts inves tigation for fts fame Is based not upon theory or speculation but upon a bedrock foundation of veri fiefl results such results as are described in lowing statemeriE It teatthat1 gave this ijiipdJcl came flytog pbTo For Bufferedifrom chronic eons tip atfop troubles I was also a VicMitt 6f ffcc quent severe slck headachesMany times In of my worlrat the Cojnpanyv I would have the Tniddleof a task and HI down for two able togo ahea4 with the work There were times when ijy stomach was to such a terrible condition that I could eat but bften gaswdiild form aftepmjrineals and pausege vere 18x4 tives ancJbtHer meaiclnes1but the relief they give me waa only tem porary When about Konjoia helping sofllahypeople P thought it should help jnel4too IstStteilto take this medicine and was amazed at the results it gave nia Now thatThavetakep tinsmedi cine for several rweeks myboiyels are regulated Better than they tiaye foeeri in years and my stomach gives me practically no troutfie The sjck headaches are things of the past I have a better appetite and am strength energy I jcan work right through until without ever stopping verytKiiik ful to never in years have Mifelt BO wellasI today Taken after meals Konjola works with the food you eat cleans Ing and stimulatingthe digestive organs aiding nature to eliminate poisons and impurities and to build up new and glorious health The Konjola Man is at the Hux tahJe drug store 116 South Federal avenue Mason City whgre daily he is meetingthe putll43ntrxuc ns explaining the merfu of and different medicine after he wasfeleasedfroin the hos pital Friday was held tqanswer on a bond of 550p for driving a car whileintoxiqated Smices par ran into tie ditch near Wed nesday evening and he a broken shQqlfterand cpfs head He unable nleh bond v jv J D Laudnef ilvinf ford was bound over on bonds of 5300 on the charge obtaining money under false pretenses It is claimed e loan f rofei the Pine compiny ofMason City Ion a car bought on contract and WM iiot fully ipaid for tho title wasin of theauta dealer who took the car back and left the Pine company without any means of procuring their mopey Oliver Equipment to Build W House Near St Paul CHARGES CITY Sept Oliver Farm Equipment company g building a suofyx office an wire house building i Paul Tee buildingwil be usea the ndrth west distributing and5 salespoint for the coihpany i Norman Rabe son of Mrs Cora of city has been appoint ed hea4 of the purchasing depart ment of the JfloholsShepard divi sionof the Oliver Farm Equipjnent company at Battle1 Creek Mich He succeeds A E Udell who was trans f erred tC the Chicago office Small Girl Is KiHed in Car Accident Vein Was Severed by Glass EAGLE GROVE Sepfe a collision of Vautoniobnesvon West Broadway on Sunday afternoon the 5 year old daughter of John Fox was thru the windshield the glass of whichsevered her juglar vein frorn which shn died in half an hour Mr Fox was driving west with the little girl be side him when a oar driven by Miss Esther Derscheid cpjninjy south on Garfjeld avenueV frdhfof his Garner J Fiftieth Anniversary With Sunday Services SUNDAYS SPLIT Chafes SylPastoir M xf rjifi j cf i Elected secretary CHARLES CITT Sept The Rev W F Belling pastor of the Central M E church was reelected secretary of the Northwest German conference of Methodist churches which met at Kenosha VVIs Churches frorh Iowa Illtnois Wis consin and Indiana make up the conference Mrs Belling accomi wniedjhim oA 6e tripvv t J i V i 1 Sept local United Presbyterian chdrch yesteri flay observed the fiftieth anniver j saryVof the dedicationof tfie chjjrchi buildingthe first in Htancock coun I ty Its organization was six years earlier Continuous services have been held since 1873 to the present AjjclreW Gordan mission ary to Ipdia tMei churctt the winter af 1872 find 73 In Dr Jahles Dunican ofCedar Rap id s fatherinlaw of Dr Will F Muse Mason often ministered to this people The church now has as pastor the 5V JDavid Lewis a young man Thechurch is larger and more pros perous than ever 70 were held at her late residence on Sunday afternoon and at the teast Side Lutheran Vchucchj the services being in charge of the Rev T J Severtson pastor of the church assisted by the Rev P Ljostvelt of the West Side church n addition ound a ljjirrel o seveiat Dottles He wasi attacked by a woman who cjalmedto be Snyr dera wife and Sheriff P A Saddler came to assist in taking her and 3nyder to jail Teaches Oommerciai law CHARBES anrx Sept Schrampf er who was graduated from 1116 Department of state university lastyearieft day for Ames where bevyiH teach in the c 6mnjsrcialrlawdep artment H s wife formerly Frances Neis of this city wiUcontinueherduttes as retary to the dean aIoWa City CHARLESCITY Rev and Mrsr if GoiigH will leave Wednesday for at tend the conference ot Methodist churches TohnnCopiisky of Gamine ers branch istore at Wetsfer City has peen trangferieat to the store here Mr and1 4frs Robert Jylian qf Chjngplf Lof 8gIlJ Which makes the third in the is the son of Mr and Mrs W J Julian of Blodyn Owen an4 brpjfter Edjvara and Edwin Julianspent Siin1 day mJ left for Toronto JanadtLrto guest of the Equit able I4fej Insurance company at This is a prie trip given to tfcejr agentSlntheltilddle west whofproduced jthe required amount of during eight The ReBekaas benefit parfylat thejr hail Thursday evening dontlnenron edmpa will build station on Gilbert and Iowa atireetoiJ a lot purchased from Mrs Grossman returned Mihh she ChariesWaterhouisV camd to look busi ness interest George Mathers ot Lebanon Mo 13 visiting his John leathers oneof wnorh he has riftt AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Snturrtay NiRhl September SI AT THE AftMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS iifte Funeral Services Held EAGLE GROVE Sept Fu Xove that cooled rapidly is blamed for the marital rift of Billy gunday Jr son of the evangelist and his wife Papers recently filed at Los Angeles declare Sunday treated his wife as a possession to be done with as he saw fit rather than partner and helpmate The young couple are above AT MASON cnro The Cocoanuts drew large crowds tothePalace theater Sat ijiraajrand Sunday according to the The famous Marx brothersf who made the stage comedyso the first time In a talking picture said to be the first musical comedy presented on the screen with the original cast It is a production that appeals to most everyone and is proving1 popular here as It has in the few cities where Bunal was made in Rose Hill ceme it has played Mason City is one of terylby Kubitschek h the In the country to MrsDoyen whose toaiden name fenjoy this talking sensation was Johannah Gramberg was borq in Germany coming to America in 1885 locating in Parkersburg Iowa and in September of that year was married to Doyen moved to Eagle Grove in 1913 which has been thir home ever since Besides the husband she is sur vived Mrs Ainna youhie of Stornv Lake Mrs KJar garet Hall Eagle Grove Mrs Louise Fitzpatrick VLos Cal Mrs Minnie Crombie Minne apolis Mlnn and Mrs Eleanor Gunderson Norway Iowa Also son George Doyen Lauren Iowa and 12 granijchildren Envollfed at SoutHemJpwa School FAIftPIBLD Sept 16 of the first week of the 192930 school year at Farsops college saw an enrollment of about 300 stu denta college officiajs announcecl today A fewvlate registrants were expected to increase this figure slightly AJtho classes opened f or mailyjeist Wednesday Monday Witness the Start of the full weelc of school Freahnien have completed an orientation program a tour of the cam pug social gatherings and gence tests RADIO WH6 Ijes Sept 17 vBjOQ pi m RoadBto the sky Pubjlc library talk Popular program NBC program Three outstanding figures ol American drama artists whose names are among the grandest traditions of the stage and whose achievements are among the most pages of theatrical history have conibined their talents and artistry in what ia hailed as the screens greatest drama to date They are Lionel Barrymore Ruth Chatterton and Willard Mack director r heroine and adapter re spectively of the huge Metro GoldwyniMayer alJtalking drama Madame which will continue at the Cecil thruTuesday BJanager Helfner of the Palace states thathe has another treat for hla patrons startingWednesday Whep a style show will be presented along with the regular screen pro gram Mildred Cass who has produced style shows ia Chicago several years for Balaban and Katz Will at thePalaces style shpw to be presented In conjunct Ibii with the local J C Peririey company store for three daysf Mips pass assisted by 20 of ilaspn Citys most beautiful gtrli and tjieT special show willbe OFFENDERS ARE GIVEN SENTENCE District Court Is Operating Under Judge Kepler at Forest City FOREST CITY Sept Fishec Dyner a divorce from William Emmet Dyner on grounds of desertion and was given thecustody of their child jn district court in session here this week J TRoactuof Garner charged With anving while intoxicated was defended by Attorney Hastings of Garner The jury returned a verdict of acquittal Chris Olson apprehended at Thompson on a charge of driving while intoxicated plead guilty be fore Judge Kepler and was sen tenced to a year at Fort Madison Thesentence was suspended on condittoa that he beparoled to Lo gan Quaje Carl Wesperstad talcen into cus tody as a companion of Chris Olson charged with drunkenness ad mitted guilt and was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail which he is now serving offered twice each evening at and 9 45 The tune honored lover triangle has been displaced by a novel four sided domestic tangle iaTaria Bound a sophisticated Paths dia log drama of marriage which will hold the featured place at the Cecil theater starting Wednesday Ann Harding and Frederic March both noted Broadway players are seen as the young married couple upon whose adyentures the story is basedCarmelIta Geraghty and Les lie Fentbn appear in the roles of the two who in their separate orbits arae responsible for the problems which confront the wedded lovers as well as the solutions at which they ultimately arrive Tha Bijou Is showing for the last tunes Monday The Road to Ruin a flaming warning to the parents of America It is a solemn warning to cheating fathers and eloquent ser mon for careless mothers For the first tune in hlg screen career Ted Wells star of the Uni versal Western feature The Ridin which opens at the Iowa theater starting Tuesday is seen in a dual role Wells plays twin broth ers one of whom is a scapegrace and the other a young man of good habits and morals The Ridin Demon was directed by Ray Tay lor1 known fllmdoms thrill genius Included in the cast are STAR GAZING John GarrlcU newcomer to the Hollywood screen sa well known British stage actor who uses his real name in Reginald JCathleerL Beaumont arid Otto Bibber A gypsy prince soldier of the Foreign Legion a Flemish noble man a freebooting trader in the South Seas and now at last an Englishman jn those are the highspots of Ronald Columns career in pictures which culminates in BulldogDrummond the comedy melodrama coming to tha Cecil theater Saturday Al Jolson is coining to the Palace Monday Sept 23 to his latest all talking and singing picture Say It With Songs He is again assisted by the adorable little Davey Lee Jolson sings no Jess than seven songs in big new production Former Hancock Pioneer Is Visiting Homestead Where He First Farmed GARNER Sept and Mrs Casper Moe of Ames have been visiting the family of their son Chester on the paved road about two miles east The elder Moe went thru the Rochester clinic a while ago and foupd that owing to a weak heart be must stop arduous labor Mr Moe was a resident here since the 80a when he bought virgin soil not over a mile east of town for 15 an acre Later the Moes built a big modern house now owned by the George Knaupp family It Is known aa Walnut hill The farm further east belonging to Chester Moe was a part of the original farm 75 Years on Farm ELDORA Sept IB her birth 75 years ago Amanda Walton has lived in the same house on a farm southeast of here Her parents Mr and Mrs Benjamin Walton purhcased the property from the government in 1854 FAIR SEASON IS NEARING CLOSE Minnesota County Fairs Are Nearbg End of Circuit MINNEAPOLIS Sept 16 With the wlndup of Minnesota coun ty fairs scheduled for this weeH ftnd next and harvesting virtually com pleted visitors will have an oppbr tuuity to vjew extensive exhibits of agriculturalproducts Three fairs openedtheir gates to day They aye Sihley county fair at Arlington Martiri county fair at Fairmont and Cottonwood at Wln dom The Martin and Sibley county fairs will last thru Wednesday while the exhibition at Windom will terminate Friday Other fairs this week are Goodhue at Zumbrpta Sept 1720 and Scott at Jordan Sept 1921 The Mankato fair will be held next week with larger and better agricultural ariS livestock exhibi tions expected due to the lateness of the season according1 to fair offi cials The fair will open Sept 22 and continue thru Sept 26 Tho the official opening for the Mankato event js Sept 24 Sunday Sept 22 will he given over to a sa cred program in which 40 Mankato singers will take part Monday is designated as entry day for exhibits and attractions The outstandingexhibit will be a CEcm crrys BEST THEATSB Now Playing The most stirring movie ever made York review reproduction of the Blue Earth county agricultural booth which won the Sweepstakes at the Minne sota State fair MONDAY LAST TB1E MODERN MOTHERS AVilh Helene Chadwick and Douglas Fairbanks Jr IOWA Tuesday Wednesday Ted Wells and Kathleen Collins In The Riding Demon The picture that moved hard boiled Broadway as pever before A superb All Talking drama With Ruth Chatterton Lewjs Stone Raymond Hackett STARTS WEDNESDAY PARIS BOUND With Ann Harding Another all talking hit K C BENEFIT DANCE AT ARMORY Wednesday Night Sept 18 Given by the Knights of Columbus Mason City Iowa Cliff Mandys Orchestra Admission at Doors Couples Extra Ladies 25c PAL AC i i it i r i 11 i i im i NOW THRU TUESDAY The Big Event of the Year Screens First Musical Comedy NBC program r NBC prtfgram Industrial program 00 signal weather reports Playhouse of the Unple Quln scores 4ance 30 Pappe prchestra hrs News featurejB dance IS WWtW 700 6 jOO WJZ SO md 3reaf Adven turers Ohio Caverns mall bag Hour from WJZ Orchestra program 900 The Kid brchestral 1000 Review program Orchestra singers Gene Ford Glenn 30 min WCCO MplsSt 810 Scores WABC 30 min XIastcr musicians Sameis WABC C3 hVaD poUtlcinns The Old Settlers LAST0MES MONDAY No Advance in Prices lOc and 15c Wild Apartments SCARLET YOUTH iREE LOVING PLEASURE ON ROADRUIN HONOR and VIRTUE LOST PITFALLS CLOSED CAW PANUD ON INAbV LAWS LOVE FASSIQN DOPAUt SHAW MAHV EATON Hundreds turned away Saturday and Sunday COME EARLY Gaygiddy jesters The worlds four funniest men The Marx Broth ers In their great laugh ing musical hit Zieg felds two brightest stars Oscar Shaw and Mary Eaton Irving Ber lins melodies Groups ravishingly beautiful dancers Gorgeous set tings Dancing Singing Laughs Entertainment de luxe L WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Mason Citys Greatest STYLE SHOW Presented By MISS MILDRED CASS CO Assisted By Mason Citys Most Beautiful Girls This in Conjunc tion With J C Penney 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